There sure are a lot of critical people on here, everyone wants to one up the article writer.
Of course, with the vast internet you have to question everything, but I think some of these people really are trying hard to think of ways to discredit the article.
QUIT IT, YOUR ARENT GOING TO GET CREDIT FOR FINDING THE FLAW IN THIS ONE ARTICLE. NOBODY CARES.
I can understand if the post is to get help with a question you have, but to post about every flaw you can find to show off- on the internet- really?
These are basic rules people to help people with basic questions about writing numbers and numerals!!
Thanks for the article, it answered my quick question.
Wondering which is correct way to write time numbers less than ten in a formal sentence. Should one write “The clock struck at 1 am” or “The clock struck at one am.” Advice on the correct phrasing would be appreciated.
Count your way through the fir-covered mountains of western North Carolina, past rolling foothills, to the giant sand dunes of the eastern coast in Wright Numbers. Young reader's imagination will take flight as they discover North Carolina through numbers -- everything from what makes the strawberry unique to what in the world is a Gee Haw Whimmy Diddle. That's worth a couple hundred smiles alone!Carol Crane is the author of T is for Tar Heel: A North Carolina Alphabet among many other titles. She lives in Holly Springs, North Carolina. Gary Palmer lives in Charlotte, North Carolina. He is the illustrator of T is for Tar Heel: A North Carolina Alphabet.